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iBuyPower Gaming Desktop: Intel Core i5-10400F, 8GB DDR4, 240GB SSD, 1TB HDD, GTX 1650 4GB, Win 10 $579.99
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They also have a cyberpowerpc on sale for $500 with a ryzen 3 3100 and amd rx 570 4gb which imo is a better deal than these two. Rx 570 is slightly better than the 1650.
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They also have a cyberpowerpc on sale for $500 with a ryzen 3 3100 and amd rx 570 4gb which imo is a better deal than these two. Rx 570 is slightly better than the 1650.
Thanks, picked this one up and an extra stick of ram. I think this is a better deal as well.
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They also have a cyberpowerpc on sale for $500 with a ryzen 3 3100 and amd rx 570 4gb which imo is a better deal than these two. Rx 570 is slightly better than the 1650.
Link?

Edit: I think she meant this one https://www.bestbuy.com/site/cybe...Id=6430866
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Which model do you think has the best upgrade potential down the line?
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They also have a cyberpowerpc on sale for $500 with a ryzen 3 3100 and amd rx 570 4gb which imo is a better deal than these two. Rx 570 is slightly better than the 1650.
The graphics card may be better but the i5 10400 is way better than ryzen 3100. I guess it depends on your PC use case but I would prefer a much better CPU vs a slightly better GPU.

https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Com...vsm1148404
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The graphics card may be better but the i5 10400 is way better than ryzen 3100. I guess it depends on your PC use case but I would prefer a much better CPU vs a slightly better GPU.

https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Com...vsm1148404
Yes of course if you need more cores for heavy duty applications you would want the i5. For someone using as a starter gaming PC I would recommend the ryzen. You can get memory speeds up to 3200 mhz. With the i5 you're limited to 2666 mhz memory speed. With primary use of gaming the two extra cores and four threads in the i5 really won't make any difference.
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Thanks! Just picked up the i5! Pretty good deal on this considering the piece part costs are about the same not including the Windows 10 license. Free same day shipping to boot.
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Yes of course if you need more cores for heavy duty applications you would want the i5. For someone using as a starter gaming PC I would recommend the ryzen. You can get memory speeds up to 3200 mhz. With the i5 you're limited to 2666 mhz memory speed. With primary use of gaming the two extra cores and four threads in the i5 really won't make any difference.
That difference in higher memory frequency won't really make a big difference in games nor anything else, especially on the Intel platform. There are games that are CPU bound that can benefit from the 10400F. However, RX570 generally performs better than 1650, and graphic card is usually the most important when gaming. RX570 should really be the only reason for going with the other Ryzen system for gaming...
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Yes of course if you need more cores for heavy duty applications you would want the i5. For someone using as a starter gaming PC I would recommend the ryzen. You can get memory speeds up to 3200 mhz. With the i5 you're limited to 2666 mhz memory speed. With primary use of gaming the two extra cores and four threads in the i5 really won't make any difference.
Agreed, some other notable differences I see in the Ryzen PC -
Ryzen - 2 memory slots 32gb max vs i5 having 4 64gb max
Ryzen - 1 HDMI & 1 Display vs I5 having 1 HDMI and 2 Display

I'm using this as a non-gaming PC so the i5 option is more upgradable and offers more graphics card ports so it's a no brainer for me. Using Amex $25 off $250 sweetens the pot.
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I'd be curious what the power supplies in either this or the CyberPower are.
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Any expert review for i7? I will be using for wrk to run autocad and revit program
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Any expert review for i7? I will be using for wrk to run autocad and revit program
Armchair expert at your service!

The CPU will run autocad and revit just fine. Source: I've used both on my i7 7700k (never have overclocked it)
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Armchair expert at your service!

The CPU will run autocad and revit just fine. Source: I've used both on my i7 7700k (never have overclocked it)
Lol, Thanks mr. expert
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